London Symphony, a silent city symphony for the UK capital from director Alex Barrett that features a score by James McWilliam , is now available on BFI Player and is Mark Kermode’s pick of the week.
Watch Mark Kermode’s intro for “London Symphony” below and stream the film on demand via BFI Player here.
Read more about it:
FilmJuice – ★★★★★ review by Samuel Love.
Shadows on the Wall – ★★★★★ review by Rich Cline.
ithankyou – ★★★★★ review by Paul Joyce.
CineVue – ★★★★ review by Jamie Neish.
CineVue – ★★★★ review by Tom Duggins [Film of the Week].
Little White Lies – ★★★★ review by David Jenkins.
One Room With A View – ★★★★ review by Rachel Brook.
Total Film – ★★★★ review by Neil Smith.
Filmuforia – ★★★★ review by Filmuforia.
Electric Ghost – ★★★★ review by David Hughes.
Movies1 – ★★★★ review by Marianne Gray.
Dirty Movies – ★★★★ review by Alasdair Bayman.
“Feral Families” (Optomen TV) is having its first broadcast on Channel 4 in the UK at 9pm on 26 October 2017. Read more about it @ The Arts Desk | The Guardian | The Sun | The Telegraph | Channel 4.
Stream on demand from All 4 here.
Director: Lucy Wilcox
Production Company: Optomen
Music: James McWilliam
Shake off the ghosts with the new single from Clara Luzia [out now @ iTunes / Spotify]. Co-Produced & Co-Written by Julian Simmons.
Shift K3Y live in concert with London Mozart Players at Boxpark Croydon, 19 July 2017. Orchestral arrangements by Fiona Brice.
Listen to a pre-show interview that Fiona did with Serena Hussain of LVMAG via the soundcloud below.
Shadowhunters – Season 2 Episode 16
USA first broadcast: 17 July 2017 (Freeform TV / Netflix)
featuring: Paul Cook & The Chronicles – Upstairs Room (Apple Music | Spotify)
Stitchers – Season 3 Episode 5
USA first broadcast: 10 July 2017 (Freeform TV)
featuring: Paul Cook & The Chronicles – When You Gonna Give Me Some Time?
[Music licensing: Rollo Grady
“London Symphony” just premiered at Edinburgh International Film Festival 2017 which is running 21 June to 1 July (link).
Official “London Symphony” Film site here
Read a review on CineVue here
Director – Alex Barrett | Music – James McWilliam